At the first meeting I covered for this paper, the Saugatuck Township board passed a new R-4 zoning applying to land near the Kalamazoo River channel to Lake Michigan.
If there’s one thing I can’t stand, it is saying, “If there’s one thing I can’t stand …” There is much that we shouldn’t stand for.
This week, I honor the 74th National Newspaper Week, reminding readers that I and the staff take very seriously the paper's role as a foundation in the community.
The Saugatuck High School Interact Club is considering fundraisers to help send members to the Dominican Republic, representatives told the Saugatuck-Douglas Rotary Club last Friday.
There used to be hair bands that women wore and “hair bands” like Mötley Crüe that spent as much time on their locks as licks.
Among the more-merciful four-letter words I’ve been called is “beat.”
In my column this week, I lamented the fact that the county commissioners appear poised to turn away even the possibility of being given a portion of a free bike path.
Labor Day long has vexed me. Take a day off to celebrate work? Am I missing something?
Last up: Local township ballot proposals with multiple precincts.
Up next: Allegan and Wayland public school district millages. Voters passed a proposal in each that renewed the districts’ operating millages.